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NCPAG Art 2: Collaborative Public Management: New Strategies for Local Governments

Local and regional administrators will find in Collaborative Public Management a guide to the future of public management. By empirically cataloguing and framing the actions of these cities, the authors have developed distinct models of collaboration, with jurisdiction-based management (JBM) as the chief embodiment of economic network management. In the JBM model, (1) the local manager is portrayed as driven by a strategic rationale based in the jurisdiction; (2) the local agenda takes precedence over extra jurisdictional demands; (3) actions are carried out jointly by multiple, interdependent organizations; and (4) problems are resolved by facilitating and furthering interaction inside and outside city hall.

UP-National College of Public Administration and Governance
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Joaquin, Ma. Ernita T.; public sector management; local government;
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